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Friday, 1 February 2013

Pink Saturday Party! Feb 2.13


Waiting for another Pink Celebration of Saturday?
Well, wait no longer...
The fun has begun and we are ready to party with you!


Ready to offer our tiny bouquet of flowers to fill your room
with some sunshine we hope will fill
{or at least add to!}
your heart with JoY!

This past week we celebrated Jane Austen’s 200th anniversary
of her initial publication of that wonder,
Pride and Prejudice..




Two lovely participants at FHC won an Elegant Pink bookmark
{custom created for them similar to those shown}
for adorning their Jane Austen reading



In honour of this celebration I thought you might join us
in lifting a Pretty Pink cuppa
toasting the inimitable Jane and our two winners!
Cheers!  To writing and to reading!


And sampling a few Pink goodies for the occasion?









Many thanks to our Surprise guest
The dearly loved ....



Mr. Darcy!

Welcome to each of you and Warm appreciation for Celebrating with us
here at Faith Hope & Cherrytea !

Many more Pinks to be found at FHC on Pinterest
{plus much more of interest!}
You’re welcome and invited to follow the FuN there too!


Our next Pink Hearts Through History
Valentine Giveaway Hop ~




Sign up here  if you're interested in joining us!


with love giveawy

To find more PS, visit Bev here









Photo sources
Pinterest, Country Living, AlyssaH, A Little Loveliness,
bebookbound, Great British TeaParty

10 comments:

Eileen said...

I just love the pink tea cup. I'm a big Jane Austen fan, too. :) Happy Pink Saturday!

Carolyn Robbins said...

I love Jane Austin. These are lovely treats to go with the wonderful pink cup. Thanks for stopping by!

Kathryn Ross said...

Oh! How much I miss now that my blogging has had to be relegated to a mere luxury rather than a daily activity! P&P everything in Blogland and I've had to watch from a distance - no time, alas! Thanks for checking in with my second Pink Saturday of the year - YA! I just can't keep up the weekly thing and catch as catch can, I'm afraid. Now - about this Scottish Reading thing . . . what ARE you talking about. I actually have - on my nightstand - a book by Liz Curtis Higgs that she wrote as a travel journal of ten days in the Highlands. Haven't gotten even a quarter into it - though wish I could - more luxury pleasure reading. However, my curiosity is peaked so so email me the details: misskathypwp@gmail.com.
Joy!
Kathy

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh my gosh, what an amazing post! I LOVE those teapot cookies!! They are unbelievable. Wishing you a wonderful weekend and also, welcome to my fb page! XO Cindy

Cindy Adkins said...

Your bookmarkers are amazing!!!

Faith Hope Cherrytea said...

Each of you is such an inspy to me!
Thank you! for visiting and taking time to chat =) Hugs (0)

Annesphamily said...

Your book marks are lovely! I am reeling, loving all this pink! My middle daughter is getting her degree in Literature this May 2013 and Jane Austen is one of her favorites! Having attended Catholic school my entire life I only read the classics so I love English literature! Sigh! Such an uplifting sweet post and congrats to those lucky ladies!

Faith Hope Cherrytea said...

TY Anne and congrats to your daughter's upcoming successful completion of what she loves! Always a pleasure to hear from you ..

jennspeacornpopnuts.com said...

Love the teapot cookies! They are precious. There was so much I was thinking Oooh! and ahh!
Is that a charm on the spoon in the tea? That caught my eye on Beverly's link.
I have never read any of Austen's books. I mentioned that somewhere last week and that maybe I should think about doing that one day?
Happy Pink Saturday - enjoyed my visit! Jenn

J Rye said...

I'd love to have some cookies.

Please come and peek at my PINK.
Your comment is always a joy to read.

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